Wow Balmy Nights was absolutely amazing, thanks to everyone involved in making it such a golden evening.
And a thank you to everyone who came along, such a brilliant vibe, much love to you all, and on we roll.
The Shire of Esperance is set to deliver its fourth Edge Of The Bay Festival on Saturday, November 30.
The festival is based around the Youth Precinct on the Esperance Foreshore.
From 2pm, the skate park will come alight with The Battle of The Bay showcasing a high energy skate, scoot and BMX competition featuring local and out of town riders.
Market stalls, pop up eateries, beers by Lucky Bay Brewery and a myriad of community events will turn the area into a vibrant hub for the afternoon.
At 6pm we will see the commencement of the live music element of the day, kicking off with cruisy rock and roll performed by 2019 WAM best Indigenous act The Struggling Kings.
They will be followed at 7pm by multi-instrumentalist James Wilson.
The night hots up with two Esperance favourites, Michael Dunstan at 8pm and Grand Casual closing the evening out from 9pm.
Promises to be an epic day make sure to get down early to enjoy the full day's festivities.
Livy has been a mainstay at the events I have been putting together at The Cannery, delivering tasty Gozlemes, Tacos, and for Balmy Nights a stunning smoked food platter.
Absolutely wrapped to see her stepping out to launch her pop-up café.
The Grand Opening is set for Sunday, November 24 from 7am-1.00pm on The Esplanade (Mini Golf).
Livy's food is amazing and I can't wait to see what she is putting together for us.
Livy's will be family and dog friendly.
People are invited to BYO picnic blanket and chairs.
Vegan and gluten free options will be offered, and there will be lots of activities for the kids.
And to round it out, Grand Opening wiIl be having a bit of a busk from around 9.30pm.
Get on down and support a fantastic lady as she delivers a tasty Sunday Brunch.